What frequency does Motorola Walkie Talkies use?
462 MHz to 467 MHz
The radio operates in the frequency range of 462 MHz to 467 MHz. The output power level typically may vary over a range from 0.5 watts to 1.0 watt. Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the radio and may violate FCC regulations.
What is Motorola frequency?
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What is the best frequency for walkie-talkies?
Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) operates at 400-512 MHz. UHF two-way radios are best if there will be any indoor use, because the shorter radio waves can more easily penetrate obstructions that are found inside buildings.
Are all radio channels the same?
Before shipping, all radios of a brand and model are typically set to the same frequencies and channels in the factory. This makes setup quick and easy for end users.
How do I know what frequency my walkie-talkie is?
How to Find Two-Way Radio Frequency
- Adjust the radio before you leave, especially if it has UHF channels.
- Turn the radio on.
- Look for the UHF or VHF control button and turn it to find the right frequency.
- Speak on the other end and let the other person speak after you.
How do you set the frequency on a walkie-talkie?
For a walkie-talkie with keyboard, adjust frequency by manually inputting the frequency in the frequency range through the keyboard. This input frequency is the simplest and easy to use input frequency of the walkie-talkie.